Anarchists Publish Info of Hundreds of French Police

  • Posted on: 9 December 2018
  • By: anonymous

The logic of the state and capital—of punishment and imprisonment, must be replaced by a rejection of oppression and exploitation. This call is one step in that direction. We come together to break the loneliness and isolation. Offensive solidarity with the comrades who face repression in France and other regions in the Earth. The memory of our comrades is fuel to stoke the flames of our lives in permanent revolt.

Salut

Anonymous Anarchist Agency

source: CyberGuerrilla

ANEWS #anarchistnews IRC channel

  • Posted on: 9 December 2018
  • By: thecollective

Hello! ANEWS has an IRC (Internet Relay Chat) channel, #anarchistnews on the irc.anarchyplanet.org server. It's a general chat for anarchists and their friends to provide a non-sectarian place for news and discussion related to ANEWS, anarchist ideas, and hopefully some good conversations. Please use general IRC etiquette; say hi, don't be a troll, and know that the chat is new and often IRC is slow, so responses will vary depending on the day and time.

The “Yellow Vests” Show How Much the Ground Moves Under Our Feet

  • Posted on: 9 December 2018
  • By: thecollective

From infoshop.org by David Graeber (via La Monde, December 7th, 2018)

If one feature of any truly revolutionary moment is the complete failure of conventional categories to describe what’s happening around us, then that’s a pretty good sign we’re living in revolutionary times.

On the Passing of Anarchist Comrade Dimitris Armakolas

  • Posted on: 9 December 2018
  • By: thecollective

From It's Going Down

The last weeks our movement lost a comrade.

On Saturday November 10th, 2018 our comrade, Dimitris Armakolas attempted to raise a banner in solidarity with political prisoner Marios Seisidis, in the Athens neighborhood of Petralona (a historical neighborhood of Athens with a powerful political context). In this act, Dimitris climbed an electrical pylon in Merkouri square. The banner read “Freedom to Marios Seisidis,”* and shared information for his upcoming court date on the 21st of November in hope to raise awareness of his case, and increase attendance and support the day of his trial.

The Shape of Anarchist History

  • Posted on: 9 December 2018
  • By: thecollective

From The Libertarian Labyrinth

Retracing steps I took in my research 20-25 years ago is a fascinating and frequently rewarding experience, particularly now that I’m working with some figures who are perhaps marginal even to the rather loose, broad account of the anarchist and near-anarchist traditions that I’ve been constructing. Most recently, I’ve been working my way back through the writings of Calvin Blanchard (“Announcer of the Religion of Science, Professor of Religio-Political Physics, Expositor of the Statics and Dynamics of God Almighty, Advocate for the Constitution Manifest in Human Nature, and Head Member of the Society for Abolishing Utopia, and Humbug, and Failure,” etc.), the libertarian Comtean who, perhaps even more than Stephen Pearl Andrews, made a practice of expressing anarchistic ideas in a language far more directly suited to the promotion of regimes of authority.

The Trial of Dr. Bones

  • Posted on: 8 December 2018
  • By: thecollective

From philobarbaras

To those who are annoyed that they can’t understand all the allusions, or who even admit that they have no idea of what I’m really getting at, I will merely reply that they should blame their own sterility and lack of creativity rather than my methods; they have wasted their time at college, bargain shopping for worn-out fragments of secondhand knowledge.

Review: Superintelligence — Paths, Dangers, Strategies

  • Posted on: 8 December 2018
  • By: thecollective

From C4SS by William Gillis

Nick Bostrom is one of my favorite academic philosophers; beyond pairing rigor with audacity, he’s one of the few to grasp and explore the philosophical avenues opened up by modern scientific understanding. But in the last decade Bostrom has shot to some prominence not for his explorations of multiverse theory and the anthropic principle but for his far more practical work on existential risks to our species. The moment it was published Superintelligence became the seminal text for those seriously concerned with the threat of artificial intelligence.

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